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Maker Camp: Winter 2015

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Maker Petaluma 

Taking apart a disk drive

Taking apart a disk drive

We are hosting Maker Camp again!  We bring supplies, materials, and adults with cool skills; you come do epic things, and (optionally) post them online!  Then you go home, inspired and fired up, and check out other people’s projects online.  Your winter break will be amazeballs.

Register now: http://bit.ly/1OOFdKq

 On-site projects:

Working on a stop motion animation project

Two makers collaborate on a stop-motion animation project.

All projects have optional goals

Holiday gifts  (Can’t tell you, or we’d have to kill you, but great for parents and grandparents.)
– Stop-motion animation  (with Antonia Kao, Master of Fine Arts in Film)
– MaKey MaKey (http://makeymakey.com/) we will have a project to tinker with!
Printmaking (with Emily Robinson, Art Hacker / Sebastopol Center for the Arts Camp Coordinator)
– Sewing (Sample projects: throw pillows, felt toys)
Ornaments with clay
Pillowcase designs
– Computer Programming (CoderDojo is coming soon!)
Hour of Code
Many great teams are hosting Hour of Code projects, and we’ve done several of them!  We can help you with the following tutorials:
Scratch.org
Code.org
Codecombat.com
LightBot
Foos
Introduction to JavaScript
Intro to Python
– More….

Details:

Getting our creativity on!

Getting our creativity on!

What: Maker Camp

When:  9:00 am – 3:00 pm.  Please ask about aftercare.
Monday, December 21st (SOLD OUT) and Tuesday, December 22 (SOLD OUT);
Tuesday, December 29th and Wednesday, December 30.
Come one day, or many days! 

 

  • Where: Our Maker Lab, Westside, Petaluma (address provided upon receipt of registration)
  • Who: Kids and family interested in Maker events/camps!
    (Winter campers: ages 6-13, unless prior arrangements are made.)
  • Why: Come get inspired to work together, use materials, collaborate.  Felt projects.  Blinky lights.  You know you want to.
  • Fees:
    Dictator for Life pass : 4 days
    $240.00 (SOLD OUT)
  • Mad Scientist pass: 3 days
    $195.00 (SOLD OUT)
  • Inventor pass: 2 days
    $150.00
  • Renaissance kid: 1 day
    $90.00Our goal is to make science, engineering, and Making/Hacking available to all the kids in our community.  If any of you lovely parents have materials (clay, electronics, batteries, plastic bottles, toilet paper rolls, etc.), project ideas and kits, or other resources we can use, please let us know separately.  Thanks!
Need more information?  Sibling discounts, early bird discounts, creative solutions?  Email us: chef@salmonelephantpie.com.  Or register here:  http://bit.ly/1OOFdKq
Thanks!
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Candace • December 8, 2015


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  1. Sandra December 10, 2015 - 8:12 pm Reply

    Where are you located in Petaluma?

    • Candace December 10, 2015 - 11:18 pm Reply

      Hi, Sandra —

      Thank you for your question.

      As the Lab is at a private residence, the address is given once full registration is processed (registration, payment, and liability documents.)

      That being said, the Lab is on the west side of Petaluma near Cherry Valley school.

      Let us know if you have any other questions!

      Thanks,
      Candace & Antonia

      • Sandra December 11, 2015 - 6:38 pm Reply

        Okay, thanks!

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